yeah, thats the story i saw
the headline got me good
With Hyde hurt and Hayward ostensibly regressing GB will need all the CBs it can get. Not sure the rookies could hold down the fort if Shields has a
Once on Packerrats someone speculated that Drew Barrymore would date me if she became desperate and if I catfished her.
So this clearly means
Not when he can't stay on the field. Maybe this injury will be more serious than first thought, and they'll magically be able to stash him on IR.
It has been easy to write him off due to the performances of the three rookies. However, after his practice performances last week, he moved ahead of
I saw a Drew Smith tweet that they might be interested in bringing him back if Cobb can't go in the opener. That would make more sense. Somebody with
Let's see how the WR's perform Thursday night. If there is significant dropoff after Montgomery, Boykin might get the call.
I saw that, but it looks like somebody jumping the gun on Silverstein's report/speculation.
Yahoo Sports reported this morning that packers are expected to sign Boykin, but it's just based on something Silverstein supposedly said. http://sports.yahoo.com/news/jarrett...153039586.html
Wasn't he put in the slammer for trying to run over somebody with his car after a football game? I remember Dick Vermeil crying about him, how he failed
Edit: I'm just frustrated that the punishment can be set for an infraction that changes when the previous infraction can't be proven in a year where punishments
Where have you seen this? I haven't read anybody reputable who is reporting this. One of the JSO writers speculated the Packers might bring back Boykin,
serving a 20+ year sentence, he kills his cellmate and gets charged with murder.
agree on wisconson favorite son abbrederis...nothing last year and has missed the entire camp. i think he's toast.
looks like boykins is gonna return to GB
Moving and adjusting his feet were one of the knocks on Walker, which is why scouts had him on the interior.
MM was once asked about Bulaga's "short" arms. He said he had never seen a guy who couldn't play Tackle because his arms were too short, but
I remember when Bulaga was drafted, and one of the genius writers asked him if he was concerned that his arms were too short? He said he didn't know,
Nope, just the opposite; too much heart, as in overly large physically. Scared teams off until expert cardiologists cleared him. Unfortunately, that
I think Tolzien will be back and continue to be the #2.